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Walter Francis Baldwin

...Association. He moved to Juneau in 1967, and served as an administrative aide to Governor Walter Hickel and Governor Keith Miller. In 1968, Walter met Dawn (Chapman) Baldwin and her five children while she was a waitress at the Imperial Café...
How do you count Alaska's governors? It depends

...1962 to December 1966.Hickel was elected in 1966 but left during his term to serve as U.S. Secretary of Interior. Keith Miller, who replaced Hickel, is shown on the fourth spot in the hall. Egan is shown again in the fifth slot for serving...
Mayor Sullivan supports Juneau as capital, won't relocate if elected lt. gov.

...out-of-Juneau lieutenant governors are a recent phenomenon. Former lieutenant governors Hugh Wade (Alaska's first), Keith Miller, Robert Ward, Red Boucher, Terry Miller, Stephen McAlpine, Jack Coghill and Fran Ulmer lived in Juneau while in...
This Day in History

...water in the spring/summer.) In 1969, Alaska Highway No. 1 was designated the Bluestar Memorial Highway by Gov. Keith Miller. In the nation In 1775, Benjamin Franklin became Postmaster-General. In 1788, New York became the 11th state to...
This Day in History

...against a change to Seattle time. In 1959, Alaska's first automated car wash opened in Anchorage. In 1969, Governor Keith Miller said that penalties against foreign fishing vessels apprehended in Alaskan waters "have been far below a deterrent...
This Day in History

...test the feasibility of using them for cargo transportation. In 1970, Former Gov. William Egan and incumbent Gov. Keith Miller swept to primary election victories. William Egan was elected governor in November. In the nation In 1916, the National...
Flags lowered for former Alaska lawmaker

...week at age 89. Kubley represented Ketchikan in the state House. He later was appointed as senior advisor and legislative liaison to then-Governor Walter Hickel and as commerce commissioner in the administration of Gov. Keith Miller.
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This Day in History

...signed on the air in Juneau. In 1962, the first edition of The Tundra Times rolled off the presses. In 1969, Gov. Keith Miller expressed his support for the planned nuclear blast on Amchitka Island, over widespread fear of a possible tsunami...
PFD - Fund is Jay Hammond's legacy to the state

...creation of a "perpetual and permanent capital fund for the continuing development of Alaska." In 1970, then-Gov. Keith Miller introduced legislation for a resources permanent fund that passed in the Senate and died in the House. But it wasn't...
Calling to curb session move

...volunteering for the Alaska Committee, which is sponsoring a phone campaign this week. Volunteers are calling from the Keith Miller Room at Centennial Hall, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. weekends. The campaign...


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